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It's 2018 and it's time to get more analytical about our activities, whether you're dealing with sales, marketing or recruitment! At tomlaine.com January is a Tips and Stats -month! I'll be publishing a great number of tips and stats related to my core expertise; Linkedin, social selling, social recruitment and employer branding. Here you will find a new employer branding statistic each and every day of January 2018. 86% of HR professionals agree that recruitment is becoming more like marketing. (iCIMS 2016) ...

AI, artificial intelligence, is the hottest of all hypewords in the recruitment industry these days. Different types of recruitment software keep popping up, claiming they are using AI to somehow enhance the recruitment process for recruiters or job seekers. Unfortunately, much too often that's not quite true!       I remember moving to London back in the day c. 12 years ago, and for the first time getting to work with a proper ATS. It had all the cool features, such as mass...

This post was originally published at my Linkedin blog: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/lets-separate-hr-recruitment-altogether-tom-laine   I've been thinking about this a lot lately. Let's separate HR and recruitment altogether! I see plenty of reasons why we should consider separating these two functions. I mean, if we're going to have silos for different corporate functions anyway, let's separate these two. Why? Main reason: recruitment is externally focused, whereas HR is internally focused. They don't really have that much in common, do they? These two functions may be different sides of...

This post was originally posted at LinkedIn, 15th November, 2016: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/modern-recruiter-should-know-social-selling-tom-laine Modern recruiter needs to become a social selling specialist. Recruitment is very much an outwards oriented role. Recruiter is mostly focusing his actions towards external audiences, the potential candidates and applicants, rather than existing employees. Recruiter is selling the idea, that his employer is the most interesting company to work for, has the best employees, and has great career opportunities available for the best applicants. Recruiter is using sales and marketing tactics...

This post was originally posted at LinkedIn, October 31st, 2016: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/your-employees-honeypot-tom-laine Why support your employees to build better online presence, help them update their LinkedIn profile or to let them write blog posts during office hours and share their knowledge (for free)? What if someone identifies them being as good as they are, and attracts them to change jobs, headhunt them from us? Standard questions and argument I've heard so many times during even the last few years. Or "Why build online presence...

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